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Surrounded by Trust coast and countryside, this attractive and traditional stone and slate cottage has its own, enclosed garden to the front, and just over the road there is a seventeenth-century coaching inn. Countisbury is a small hamlet on the coast road leading down to Lynmouth, just inland from the dramatic coast around Foreland Point.
The cottage provides a cosy and picturesque base from which to explore the marvellous landscapes, prehistoric sites and abundant wildlife of Exmoor and the coast, all within easy walking distance from the cottage doorstep.
Enjoy a delightful walk to the Trusts historic tea-garden and old fishing lodge at Watersmeet, deep in a wooded valley just inland from here. The nearest shops and restaurants are nearby in Lynton and Lynmouth.
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Heating: Electrorad eco heating and convector heating included.
Parking: There is parking directly outside the cottage or in the car port next to the cottage.
Garden: There is a large enclosed garden at the front of the cottage. This is next to the coast road leading down to Lynmouth.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm.
Fly fishing: From 1st March to 30th September,a complementary day ticket for salmon and/or trout fishing on the East Lyn is available for guests, this can be collected at Watersmeet, open from 8am till dusk daily, for more information call 01598 763556.
Logs/Charcoal: Pre-order nets of logs £6 per net. A net should last a day. We also offer a fire starter Kit consisting of eco kindling and firelighters for £6.50
Devon's a big and beautiful county with much to offer. From bucolic sleepy market towns to the miles and miles of coastline, much loved by surfers, swimmers, families, and walkers from all over the world, a trip to this special place will stay with you for ever. We have a great range of holiday options in Devon, from holiday cottages brimming with character and lovingly restored to our bunkhouses and bothies, all located on or near land in the care of the National Trust.
North Devon with its outstanding coast, glorious moorland, plunging wooded valleys and remote, unchanging rural landscapes inland - has so much to offer the visitor, no matter what type of holiday you are looking for. While on the coast you will find miles of sandy beaches at places like Woolacombe and Croyde, and some of the finest surf in Britain (whether you?re a beginner or a pro), interspersed by long and lonely stretches of dramatic soaring cliffs and rugged headlands, with the South West Coast Path running all the way along the coast, guaranteeing some exhilarating walking, the beautiful wooded valleys and winding rivers of Exmoor National Park add a softer touch to the landscape around the fringes of the high bare moorland. To the north of Exmoor are the dramatically picturesque seaside towns of Lynton and Lynmouth and to their west, the pretty villages of Parracombe and Combe Martin are the gateways to some breathtaking valley and coastal scenery. This is a landscape which captured the imagination of the 19th century Romantic poets and provided the inspiration for Lorna Doone and continues to thrill and delight all who discover it today. The River Heddno runs through Parracombe and then down through the wooded Heddon Valley, a paradise for butterflies and wild flowers, before reaching the sea at heddon\'s Mouth. Combe Martin is a fomer mining village in a sheltered valley that reaches the sea at a beach and harbour beneath the towering drama of the heath-clad cliffs of Little Hangman, with Great Hangman beyond. Like the Heddon Valley, a good network of footpaths here allows for some splendid and challenging walks to be enjoyed through this remarkable landscape. Nearby is lovely Arlington Court with its estate, house and garden and the National Trust Carriage Museum. Ilfracombe, Barnstaple and Bideford bring a bit of seaside sparkle. Inland, there are historic market towns and hidden villages in the lovely unspoilt valleys of the Taw and the Torridge. Activities in the area include birdwatching, cycling, fishing, horse riding, surfing, walking and water sports.